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‘A Recipe for Success? The British Army, Innovation, and the First World War’ Dr Aimee Fox : 1 November

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Dr Aimee Fox of King’s College, London will be giving a lecture based on her book Learning to Fight: Military Innovation and Change in the British Army, 1914-1918. Dr Fox will consider the importance of ethos, doctrine, and people to the army's ability to learn and innovate during the First World War Learning to Fight: Military Innovation and Cha…


Postponed : 8th President's Conference - Theme '1915 Revisited'

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Given current situation with spread of coronavirus the President's Conference will be postponed until further notice. The welfare of delegates and speakers is uppermost in our thoughts.  Speakers:    Aimee Fox : 'To Gallipoli and Back Again: Learning lessons between theatres, Gallipoli and the Western Front, 1915-1916'? Aimee Fox This talk fo…


Ep. 73 – Learning to Fight – Military innovation in the British Army in the British Army 1914-1918 – Dr Aimee Fox

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Dr. Aimee Fox, Lecturer in Defence Studies at King·s College London, talks about her new book Learning to Fight. This looks at military innovation in the British Army during the First World War and is published by Cambridge University Press. You can read a review of 'Learning to Fight' here > 'Learning to Fight'  …


Learning to Fight: Military Innovation and Change in the British Army, 1914–1918 by Aimée Fox

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Cambridge University Press, £ 27.20, e–book: £20.28, 290pp, bibliog, index. ISBN: 978–110–719–079–5 Based on the author’s PhD thesis, Learning to Fight is divided into two sections. The first, (about one third of the volume), deals with the culture of learning in the British Army in the years leading up to the war and how that changed during th…